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Perched in the Himalayas, Bhutan is the last Buddhist Kingdom in the world. Unique, both environmentally and culturally, Bhutan attracts tourists from far and wide. With the carefully designed Bhutan tourism packages by TravelTriangle, travelers cannot only enjoy a soothing vacation at reasonable rates but also take delight in its tourist attractions, delicious food, nightlife, and shopping. With a myriad of tourist attractions and experience to cherish for, there’s no doubt how this nation managed to garner the title of ‘Land of Happiness’, for the happiest people on this earth are living in Bhutan only!

Go through the best-selling holiday packages of TravelTriangle for Bhutan and get ready to explore the rich culture of this nation for an astounding experience.

Explore 12 Most Exhilarating Bhutan Tour Places  

With a lot in store for both travelers and honeymoon couples, there is no dearth of places to visit in Bhutan while on a trip. Do not forget to include these places in your bucket list.

01 Paro Valley

Best Time To Visit: March to May

Major Attractions:  Chele La Pass, Taktsang Lhakhang or Tiger’s Nest, Rinpung Dzong, Drukgyel DzongDungtse Lhakhang

Things To Do: Sightseeing, hiking, camping

Packages Starting From: INR 12,430

Paro Valley is undoubtedly the prettiest valley in Bhutan. The town boasts of spectacular natural beauty and beautiful Buddhist architecture. Paro is one of the best destinations to visit on your travel to Bhutan. There are a lot of places to explore and also an array of monasteries are available where travelers can enjoy a peaceful time with their loved ones.

02 Trongsa

Best Time To Visit: November to February

Major Attractions: The Tower of Trongsa Museum, Tongsa Dzong, Ta Dzong Museum, Yutong La Pass, Chendebji Chorten

Things To Do: Shopping, sightseeing, photoshoot

Situated on a steep ridge, Trongsa offers spectacular views of deep valley and surroundings. As the town is situated atop a steep ridge, it is visible from anywhere in town. The scenic beauty and mesmerizing views of the town are alluring and one cannot afford to miss this town while traveling to Bhutan. The small town also boasts of an impressive museum and which is dedicated to the Wangchuck dynasty.

03 Thimphu

Best Time To Visit: March to early May

Major Attractions:  Memorial Chorten, Simtokha Dzong, National Library, Institute for Zorig Chusum, National Textile Museum

Things To Do: Trekking, sightseeing, shopping

Packages Starting From: INR 14,500

Thimphu is the largest city and National capital of Bhutan with a picturesque natural setting. The place is amazingly beautiful and you can capture beautiful pictures with your friends and family here. Your trip to Bhutan remains incomplete without a trip to Thimphu. Some of the best attractions in Thimphu are Motithang, Changangkha, Taba, Langchupakha, and Changlimithang. Trekking is one activity that travelers can indulge in.

04 Gangtey Valley

Best Time To Visit: October to December

Major Attractions: Gangtey Goemba, Black Necked Crane Information Centre, Gangtey Goemba, Kumbhu Lhakhang, Nyelung Dechenling, Khewang Lhakhang

Things To Do: Sightseeing

Packages Starting From: INR 28,000

One of the most beautiful destinations in Bhutan, Gangtey is home to a lot of religious sites like  Gangtey Goempa Monastery which is situated at the top of the valley which offers exceptional views. Winter in Gangtey Valley is home to endangered black-necked cranes that arrive every year.

05 Bumthang Valley

Best Time To Visit: March to May 

Major Attractions: Kurjey Lhakhang, Jakar Dzong, Jambay Lhakhang, Tamshing Lhakhang, Mebar Tsho

Things To Do: Sightseeing

Bumthang Valley in Bhutan is beautiful with large varieties of flora and fauna. The valley offers spectacular views and greenery. Summer season is the best time to visit Bumthang as the valley is in its full bloom during this time and scenic views. Travelers can also go for trekking in the valley during this season.

06 Phuentsholing Town

Best Time To Visit: March to May

Major Attractions: Bhutan Gate,  Amo Chhu Crocodile Breeding Centre, Zangto Pelri Lhakhang, Zangto Pelri Park

Things To Do: Shopping, sightseeing

Packages Starting From: INR 23,700

The modern town of Phuentsholing is the gateway to Bhutan. The place is a great spot for travelers to relax and rejuvenate on a vacation. The beauty of this small town is worth capturing and a visit to Bhutan is incomplete without a trip to Phuentsholing.

07 Wangduephodrang

Best Time To Visit: October to March

Major Attractions: Wangdue Town, Wangdue Phodrang Dzong, Rinchegang Village, Sha Radap Temple, Jigme Singye Wangch National Park 

Things To Do: Sightseeing, jungle safari

The city boasts of everything, from rustic villages to wildlife and temples. The region has diverse forests along with immense attractions for travelers to visit on their vacation.  Wangduephodrang is also host to a large number of species of plants and animals. You can spot a Red Panda, snow leopard, Blue Sheep, and black bear while on a jungle safari. This glacial valley is one among the very few that is popular among travelers.

08 Mongar

Best Time To Visit: September, October

Major Attractions: Mongar Dzong, Drametse Monastery, Zhongar Dzong Ruins, Yagang Lhakahang 

Things To Do: Sightseeing

This small town is situated on top of a hill and is surrounded by a valley on all sides. The main trade and travel hub of Eastern Bhutan, Mongar is the place to be with your friends and family. The main streets of the city are lined with traditionally painted buildings with wooden facades and verandas. Relishing delicious dishes at the popular restaurants cannot be missed while on a vacation in Mongar.

09 Lhuntse

Best Time To Visit: September, November

Major Attractions: Lhuentse Dzong, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary, Kilung Lhakhang, Jangchubling Dzong, Khoma Village

Things To Do: Sightseeing

One of the most picturesque towns of Bhutan, Lhuntse is the place to be for fun-loving travelers. The place is perfect to relax and rejuvenate in the serene surroundings. Travelers can soak up the beauty of the surroundings and enjoy a peaceful vacation in the city.

10 Museums

Things To Do: Spotting historical artifacts

Opening Hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Museums in Paro, Thimphu as well as smaller towns like Trongsa ,There are various museums in Bhutan and also other cities in Bhutan like Paro and Thimphu.  Folk Heritage Museum, National Museum of Bhutan, The Tower of Trongsa Museum, Bhutan Postal Museum and Ogyen Choling Palace Museum are some of the prominent Bhutan museums. Depicting the art and culture of Bhutan in different ways, these museums come closer to the history of Bhutan. The Folk Heritage Museum gives one a glimpse of the lifestyle and artifacts.

11 Jigme Dorji National Park

Best Time To Visit: April to May

Things To Do: Sightseeing, jungle safari

Opening Hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Jigme Dorji National Park is the largest protected area in Bhutan. One of the most biologically rich areas, in the Eastern Himalayan region, with broad-leaved forests and glaciers. Spot the popular landmarks in the park-like  Jomolhari, Tsherimgang, and Jichu Drakey and click some amazing pictures with your friends.

12 National Institute for Zorig Chusum

Things To Do: Crafting

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Watch young people work dedicatedly at this one of the most famous painting schools in Bhutan. Activities like sewing, ornament-making, painting, and carving are some of the crafts that are taught in this school. Also do not forget to pick your favorite piece of work and also click pictures with the locals.

How To Get On A Tour Of Bhutan?

Earlier, it was difficult to reach Bhutan as the frozen paths in the North and dense jungles in the South. After 1960, Bhutan was made well-connected to various countries by different modes of transport like air, train and road. Here is a detailed list of numerous modes of reaching Bhutan from which you can choose according to your budget and time.

By Air

The one and only airport to reach Bhutan is located in Paro namely, Paro International Airport. Apart from this, there is a domestic airport situated in the south-central part of Bhutan called Gelephu Airport. The only airline which operates regular flights from selected places of the world to Bhutan is the National Air Carrier of Bhutan. One of the other ways to reach Bhutan is via Bagdodra Airport. This airport receives many flights from major cities of India as it is not far away from the Bhutanese border and takes only a four-hour drive to reach there. While travelling through plane, you can witness the mesmerizing scene of the Paro Valley and high peak mountains.

By Car

There are only three main land borders which tourists have to cross to reach Bhutan, that is, Gelephu, Phuentsholing and Samdrup Jongkhar.

Gelephu, situated in the south-central part of Bhutan, is around 250 kms away from Thimpu, the capital city. The journey includes passage via the alpine zone and sub-tropical areas of Bhutan which makes the journey more interesting. The passage crosses three districts and takes ten hours to cover the journey.

Located in the south-west side of Bhutan, Phuentsholing is approximately 170 kms away from the Bagdodra Airport in West Bengal (India). It takes half of the time in comparison with the Gelephu journey.

Samdrup Jongkhar is positioned in the south-east part of Bhutan which is 150 kms away from the capital city of Assam, Guwahati. This three-hour route takes travelers through Mongar, Bumthang, Trongsa and many more places.

By Bus

It is not at all shocking to know that travelers from India and can also opt for bus services from Kolkata. One can get a direct bus from the Esplanade Station in Kolkata to Phuentsholing. The 18-hour journey is usually comfortable as the bus services are provided by the Royal Bhutanese Government. Besides this, Siliguri has regular bus service to Jaigaon which takes less than four hours to reach there.

Paro International Airport is the only airport in this country that to several countries of the world like India, Europe, Nepal, and Thailand. If vacationers want to take a road route to Bhutan, buses ply from Bhutan to Kolkata, Siliguri, and Phuentsholing, and vice versa. To reach Bhutan by car, tourists can drive through three land border crossings located along the southern border, only from India.

By Train

Unfortunately, there is no direct train route to Bhutan. As a result, travelers ultimately have to book a cab or bus from the nearby railway stations. Some of the best options in India are Hasimara, New Jalpaiguri Station and New Alipurduar.

Located in West Bengal, Hasimara is only 17 kms away from Phuentsholing. Travelers can catch Indian railways to reach here. Apart from this, New Jalpaiguri Station in Siliguri is one of the most convenient options from where you can hire direct taxis or buses to reach Jaigaon. Whereas, New Alipurduar is 60 kms away from Jaigaon.

How To Decide On An Ideal Time To Visit Bhutan?

While planning to book a Bhutan tour holiday package, tourists should keep in mind that the climate of this Himalayan country varies with altitude. Southern part experiences hot and humid subtropical climate almost throughout the year. With an increase in altitude, the temperature drops, although the days are sunny and pleasant. At night, tourists need to put on woollens. Winters are cold and dry, commanding vacationers to carry heavy woollens. Northern parts have snow-clad Himalayan peaks all through the year. If vacationers want to enjoy the beauty of hills in winters, foothills offer a pleasant experience.

Summer (June - August)

In this season, the temperature in Bhutan varies from 24 to 25 degree Celsius. The weather is clear with mild humidity in the atmosphere. You might witness little rain shower which leads to cool air and pleasant surroundings. It is advisable to carry a blend of winter and summer clothes along with a raincoat as the weather changes drastically from North to South Bhutan. If you want to witness lush green landscapes and get a clear look of the Himalayas then book your Vacation package during these months. Additionally, this season marks the onset of the Haa Festival which celebrates the local cuisine, culture and way of life of people in Bhutan. If you want to stay away from the crowd then this is the time for Bhutan tour as there is low influx of tourists.

Fall (September - November)

The range of the temperature differs from 10 to 23 degree Celsius which makes the weather mildly sunny and chilly in this season. There are almost no chances of rainfall and the weather is marvellous for sightseeing. If you are visiting at this point of time, then you can also gain experience of the festivals like Black-Necked Crane Festival. There are other indigenous festivals arranged at this point of time which you can explore in Bhutan. Soaring prices of flights and hotels might hinder your plans for Bhutan holidays. Therefore, it will be sensible to pre-book your accommodations and transports so as to experience a hassle-free vacation.

Winter (December - February)

The winter season witnesses a major drop in the temperature. It remains in the range of 10 to minus 5 degrees Celsius. In the later weeks of January and early days of February, Paro and Thimpu experience mild snowfall which leads to a heavy dip in the degrees. Towards the high-altitude mountains in the northern parts of Bhutan, the temperatures can get sub-zero. While visiting Bhutan during this season, you can also get to witness Punakha Dromche and Tshechu which marks the festival of the establishment of Bhutan in the 16th century. However, due to rainfall, the climate can get worse, and thus it is advisable to check the weather forecast before booking your Bhutan travel package.

Spring (March - May)

During the spring season, the temperature gradually rises and varies from 5 to 25 degree celsius. This is that point of time when tourists can witness Jacaranda flowers in Bhutan. The weather at this point is dry and less humid which leads to the start of treks like Jomolhari and Drukpath. Moreover, the Paro Tshechu festival unfolds in full swing and the King of Bhutan also takes part in the festival activities. The place is usually packed with tourists at this time so it is advisable to book your Bhutan holiday package as early as possible along with the flights or taxis.

TravelTriangle provides diverse packages for Bhutan trip for families, groups of friends and honeymoon couples. You can enjoy a well-planned vacation which will definitely reduce your hassle and provide you a memorable trip.

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    Tourists should wear full/half sleeve collared shirt, full length pants/skirts, and shoes with socks. Travelers are not allowed to enter these places if they are wearing caps/hats, short skit/shorts, tees, and flip-flops/slippers. 

    The best time to visit Bhutan is during the months of March to May and then September to November. During these months, weather is pleasant and several festivals are celebrated in Bhutan that add to the vacation delight. However, tourists can also visit this Himalayan country apart from these months and save money as well as escape tourist crowd.

    No, tap water is not considered safe to drink in Bhutan. Therefore, drinking bottled mineral water is strongly suggested to steer clear of any local infections.

    The local currency of Bhutan is Ngultrum. Visitors can’t purchase Ngultrum before arriving in Bhutan. So they should exchange their currency once they are in Bhutan. US dollars, Euros, and sterling can be easily changed for Ngultrum at local banks. The credit and debit cards are rarely accepted at the shops, hotels, and restaurants.

     

    Yes, travelers planning to visit Bhutan are required to obtain a visa, except from those of Indian, Bangladeshi, and Maldivian nationality.

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    Mayank Gaur

    New delhi

    Mayank's 8 days trip to Bhutan

    I am very much satisfied with the overall booking i got the best quote and all things were manage nicely. guide and drive both were professional and made it a memorable experience. I had booked tour with Bhutan INC and i think they are one of the best travel agency for bhutan travel i recommend them. But overall booking experience wasnot that good i was promised a quote which was very good but at the time of booking that quote got increased by 15k which is not professionalism. Guide and driver both were amazing and explained everything in details.

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    Mohit Karakasia

    Phuentsholing

    Mohit's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Thimpu hotel stay was good experience rest of the trip was also fine.

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    Kaustav Bagchi

    Kolkata

    Kaustav's 8 days trip to Bhutan

    Damber our tour operator from AD Tours was a really helpful chap. Thanks to them for organising such great trip along with TravelTriangle. We Experienced snowfall in Paro it was our Best Memory of the trip!

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    Piyush Mishra

    Bengaluru

    Piyush's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    Overall trip was good we thank TravelTriangle & the tour operator Valley Tours.

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    Kulu

    Bengaluru

    Kulu's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Our entire trip was well organised we faced issue while getting clearance from immigration office but somehow we got through it.

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    Sanket

    Delhi

    Sanket's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Our complete trip was well organised by Sunshine Travels, it was as per our expectations.

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    Bipin Phulsundar

    Pune

    Bipin's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    Our agent ASTER TOURS was very good. we had an anniversary on 11th December and we told to agent that we have to dinner in a local dress and our agent arranged all the things as per our choice.

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    Vybhav Jayaraman

    Banglore.

    Vybhav's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    This is my second trip with travel triangle and the trip was really amazing, special thanks to travel agent. At that time there was a heavy snowfall, which made the great view

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    Ankita Shirke

    Bagdogra international airport

    Ankita's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    Local people are very friendly and Bhutan is very safe country, we highly recommend TravelTriangle to all. Tiger nest monastery was our Best Memory of the trip!

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    Alhad Posam

    Mumbai

    Alhad's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Bhutan trip was amazing we loved Bhutnese culture and people. Hike to Tiger Nest was our Best Memory of the trip! It takes between four and five hours to do the round trip hike, plus one more hour to tour the monastery. Many people also have lunch in the cafeteria not far from the monastery. Plan on leaving Paro around 8 am and arriving back at your hotel around 3 pm.

    Places To Visit In Bhutan

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    • Taktsang Monastery In Paro

      Situated in western Bhutan, Paro Taktsang is perhaps the most significant Buddhist site in the country. The elaborate complex of this monastery, with red and golden peaks perches along a hanging cliff-side in the upper Paro valley, surrounded by the lushest of greens. Taktsang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, is belie...

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    • Rinpung Dzong In Paro

      Rinpung Dzong is the main fortress-monastery of Paro which houses the monastic body and the governmental and administrative departments in its complex. This is the basic characteristic of any dzong in Bhutan, and Rinpung Dzong of Paro is no exception. It belongs to the Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu School, and the stories of ...

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    • Kyichu Lhakhang In Paro

      Only 4.7 km away from the centre of the Paro town is the temple of Kyichu Lhakhang – the Sacred Jewel of Bhutan. Inside the complex of this temple lies the oldest shrine that stands in Tibet – the Jowo Temple. The first temple in the Kyichu Lhakhang premises was built by King Songtsen Gampo of Tibet in 659 AD. The legend my...

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    • Drukgyel Dzong In Paro

      Drukgyel Dzong stands in the upper part of Paro district as a reminiscence of a glorious past and a tragic present, much like most constructions of the medieval age. The other dzongs that one can see in Bhutan are fully or partially functional, with monastic bodies and government departments operating from within the comple...

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    • Paro Airport Bird's Eye Viewpoint In Paro

      A town in the Paro Valley of Bhutan, Paro is a place of many sacred sites and historical monuments throughout the place. With streets rich in decorated buildings, small houses and traditional architecture, Bhutan’s sole international airport, Paro is definitely is a significant part of Bhutan. “The most difficult commercial...

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    Things To Do In Bhutan

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    • Hiking In Thimphu

      Hiking tour Thimphu is one of the best ways of exploring the natural locales of the destination. Thimphu is the summer capital of Bhutan and is surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful surroundings. The town is located in the Thimphu valley, and the beauty of the surrounding area is incomparable. The unique location of Bhu...

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    • Changlimithang Stadium In Thimphu

      Changlimithang Stadium is the national stadium of Bhutan and was inaugurated in 1974. The stadium has a total capacity of 15000 and has been renovated time and again to add facilities and features to the stadium with the most recent renovation being in 2016. Located in the city of Thimphu, the stadium was built to commemora...

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    • Dochula Pass In Thimphu

      Situated at a height of 3100 meters, Dochula Pass is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Bhutan. In a broader sense, it is a route that lies between Bhutan’s present capital Thimphu and older royal capital Punakha. This pass was once part of a couple of ancient trade tracks, like Dochula Nature Trail or Lumitsawa A...

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    • Druk Trek Path In Paro

      One of the finest treks in Bhutan, Druk path trek is a must try for all the tourists. Among the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas, find yourself some peaceful time and make way for trekking. With the Druk path trek map in one hand, go ahead and explore the hidden beauty of a place with temples and landscapes around you. ...

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    • Chele la pass trek In Paro

      In order to experience the Bhutanese landscape, you must your presence in the thrilling atmosphere of Chele la pass trek. At an altitude of 13000 ft, Chele la is one of the highest motorable passes in Bhutan. With sightseeing activities followed by trekking and hiking, Chele la pass has beautiful and breathtaking views to o...

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    Experiences Of Our Travelers

    To know better about TravelTriangle services, here are some travelogues of our happy customers who are now a part of our family. Go through them, join us by booking one of out Bhutan packages and share your experiences like them.

    1. Jaskaran Singh: Savouring lip-smacking local cuisines on our trip to Bhutan!

    Duration: 5D/4N

    Accommodation: Hotel

    Experiences: We loved the local dishes like Ema Datshi and Kewa Datshi along with the Takin Wine.

    Come Back for: Treks in Paro, Thimpu and Punakha

    I have had a great experience with TravelTriangle when I booked a tour package for Bhutan. Being a travel enthusiast, I love to explore new places and Bhutan has been in my list for long. The famous Tiger’s Nest Trek is one of the destinations that has always attracted me. I discussed my idea for a trip to Bhutan with my friends and they agreed for it instantly. We got to explore the Buddha Point, Dzong Museum and Takin Zoo in Thimpu. We tried some of the local cuisines there and the best dishes were Kewa Datshi with rice and Ema Datshi. We also included Paro, another major city in Bhutan, in our itinerary where we went to Drukgyal Dzong. We had saved the best for last - trek to the Tiger’s Nest. The 3-hour trek to this place left us bewildered at the end with its enchanting views and adventures. This trip enhanced our knowledge about the Bhutanese culture and local cuisines.

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    2. Shrinidhi Suresha: Making my dream come true by exploring the beauty of Bhutan!

    Duration: 5D/4N

    Accommodation: Hotel

    Experiences: The drive from Phuentsholing to Paro was unbelievably beautiful for us.

    Come Back for: Hike to the Tiger’s Nest

    I always wanted to explore the beauty of Bhutan, the land of happiness. TravelTriangle made my dream come true and with all the requirements we wanted. The most interesting part of booking a Bhutan package is that they let us customize our own package, according to our budget. So, I included all the necessary places which I wanted to explore with my husband. In Thimpu and Paro Valley, we made sure that we visit the Centenary and Coronation Park, the King’s memorial, Buddha Point, Dzongdrakha Goempa and Tibetan monasteries. The last day was reserved for Tiger’s Nest, also known as Paro Taktsang. The view from this point was unbelievably enthralling that we forgot about all the weariness that we felt after the two-hour long trek. I cannot justify my feelings in words, the sheer beauty of Bhutan has left me mesmerized.

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    3. Manisha Jhanwar: A relaxing getaway to Bhutan with my family strengthened our bond even more!

    Duration: 6D/5N

    Accommodation: Hotel and Resort

    Experiences: The must-visit places in Bhutan include Paro Valley and monasteries

    Come Back for: Trek to Taktsang Monastery

    I am a Gynecologist and Obstetrician and my job demands immediate presence at any hour. As a result, it becomes difficult to spend time with my family. Hence, I try to take out some time from the monotonous routine and head out for a trip to new places with my loved ones. As we were looking for some packages, I stumbled up on TravelTriangle’s website which offers customizable packages. On reaching the destination, our spirits were high and we relaxed for the whole day. The next day, we went for sightseeing in Thimpu and took a stroll in the market. We were lucky as we got a chance to celebrate King Wangchuk’s birthday which is considered as an important celebration for the people of Bhutan. We explored several monasteries and saw the grand ideal of Buddha at Buddha Point. The most amazing part of this trip was the drive through Paro Valley and the trek to Taktsang Monastery. In the Paro market, we got a chance to try some local cuisines like Ema Datshi and noodles and I would highly recommend them to future travelers. At the end of our Bhutan tour, we went to the Chele La Pass which is the highest motorable passes in the world. I cannot deny that going to Bhutan with my family was the most amazing experience of my life.

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    From Resorts To Homestays - Top Accommodations In Bhutan

    To ensure a pleasant and relaxing holiday, these hotels, resorts and homestays in Bhutan try to provide basic amenities. Resort to Bhutan for a peaceful getaway and witness their culture in full glory. Note down the list of some of the best accommodations in Bhutan.

    1. Uma by COMO

    Nestled amidst lush greenery and on the bend of the Mo Chu river in the Punakha Valley, this abode is one of the finest 5-star hotels in Bhutan which you might not want to miss out on. Overlooking the valley, the rooms available here are neat and clean. You can try the local cuisine at Bukhari Restaurant and indulge in revitalizing spa treatment.

    Star Category: 5-star hotel

    Price Per Night: INR 24,567 onwards

    Location: Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Banjar Lungsiakan, Kedewatan, Bali, 80571 Ubud, Indonesia

    2. RKPO Green Resort

    The beauty along with elaborated patterns in yellow, green and red colours in this resort will leave you enthralled. The building is a reminiscence of Bhutanese facade. The remarkable part of this resort is that they produce finest vegetables in their organic garden and use them in the dishes. You will get to savor delicious food at the in-house restaurant of the resort prepared from the freshest ingredients.

    Star Category: 4-star hotel

    Price Per Night: INR 12,342 onwards

    Location: Punakha, Bhutan

    3. Namgay Homestay

    Earlier it was a task to find homestays in Bhutan. However, with the rising influx of tourists, the number of homestays has gradually increased. Namgay Homestay is located amidst the green mountains in Paro Valley. The place looks amazing in winter as it is covered with a sheet of snow. The staff at the accommodation are very friendly and take the extra step to serve the customers with the best.

    Star Category: 4-star resort

    Price Per Night: INR 3,198 onwards

    Location: Kempa, Dopshari Paro, 12005, Bhutan

    4. Terma Linca Resort and Spa

    A blend of modern and traditional culture, Terma Linca Resort & Spa is located on the bank of Wangchhu River. The resort provides grand and spacious rooms with a view of majestic mountains. One can enjoy cultural programs that exhibit Bhutanese traditions. The spa at the hotel is a must-have experience and a completely rejuvenating session on your vacation.

    Star Category: 4-star hotel

    Price Per Night: INR 12,167 onwards

    Location: Phuentsholing - Thimphu Highway, Bhutan

    5. Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront

    This luxurious resort is one of the best accommodations in Paro and offers world-class facilities and services. The resort offers a children’s playground along with additional facilities like a spa centre. Various on-site restaurants are also available at the resort that offer an exceptional dining experience. You can also enjoy the beautiful surroundings at the resort and make the most of your vacation at the property.

    Star Category: 5-star resort

    Price Per Night: INR 59,138 onwards

    Location: P.O. Box # 1265 Shaba, Paro, Kingdom of Bhutan, 1265 Paro, Bhutan

    Gorge On Luscious Cuisine Of Bhutan Here!

    After travelling and exploring places, it is important to fill your stomach with food for rejuvenating yourself. So, here is a list of some of the well-known restaurants to try out when in Bhutan.

    1. Bukhari at Uma by COMO

    If you have selected Uma as your abode in Bhutan, then you don’t have to wander for lip-smacking dishes. The hotel is also equipped with a popular restaurant called Bukhari. The international ambience with local dishes like Ema Datshi attract tourists to this place. You can enjoy a fine dining experience at this restaurant along with quick and efficients service of the staff.

    Cuisines: International

    Timings: 9:00 AM to 10:30 PM

    TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5/5.0

    Location: Paro Bhutan

    2. Sonam Trophel Restaurant

    This place provides you with a variety of delectable dishes like Thukpa, Momos and Datshi. Whether a non- vegetarian or a vegan, Sonal Trophel has different choices for all its guests at moderate prices. You can also enjoy a wide variety of other dishes offered at the restaurant including North Indian cuisine.

    Cuisines: Local cuisine, Asian

    Timings: 9:30 AM to 9:00 PM

    TripAdvisor Rating: 4.0/5.0

    Location: Paro Tshogdu Above Paro Canteen, Paro 12001 Bhutan

    3. Babesa Village Restaurant

    For authentic Bhutanese cuisine, try out this restaurant in Thimphu. Their meals begin with hot beverages and go on to the main course which includes rice, pork or beef and vegetables with cheese. Do not forget to try out this exotic traditional cuisine to add a whole new experience to your Bhutan trip. Revel in the beautiful surroundings of the restaurant and sip on a cup of delicious coffee, while enjoying the views.

    Cuisines: Asian

    Timings: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM

    TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5/5.0

    Location: Thimphu Express Way, Near Doutor Tobgyel School, Thimphu 00975 Bhutan

    4. Taktsang Cafeteria

    Another must-visit cafe is Taktsang Cafeteria which is nestled among the hills on the way to the Tiger’s Nest. Imagine eating rice with authentic curries while enjoying the panoramic view of Paro Valley. Isn’t it amazing? If this has moved your soul then do not give it a second thought to book a Bhutan vacation package and visit this amazing cafe, perched on the beautiful hills of Bhutan.

    Cuisines: Asian Cuisine

    Timings: 08:00 AM - 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    TripAdvisor Rating: 3.5/5.0

    Location: Paro, Bhutan

    5. Folk Heritage Museum Restaurant

    One of the best restaurants in Thimphu Bhutan, this place is a go-to for traditional Bhutanese meals. The place offers a beautiful setting and ambiance and will make you fall in love with the place. Some of the must-have delicacies at the restaurant include buckwheat pancakes, eggplants and beans and butter tea. Also, enjoy some local delicacies at the restaurant including Datshi, a kind of local curry famous in Bhutan.

    Cuisines: Asian Cuisine

    Timings: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM

    TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5/5.0

    Location: Folk Heritage Museum, Thimphu, Bhutan

    What Are The Best Activities To Indulge In Here?

    From trekking to bird watching, there are several activities to opt for in the Bhutan trip package with airfare. When you are in Bhutan, do not restrict your itinerary to just sightseeing but indulge in different activities here. Some of them have been listed here.

    1. Trek to Taktsang Goemba

    Perched on a hill in Paro, the trek to Taktsang Goemba, also known as the Tiger’s Nest, should definitely be included in every itinerary of a traveler. In 1998, the monastery was revamped after being destroyed by fire. The 3-4 hour long trek challenges trekkers to walk on a rocky path.

    2. Archery

    When in Bhutan, you can indulge in sports and play the national sport of the place, Archery. Many archery competitions are organised in villages and towns of Bhutan in which you can take part.

    3. Shopping

    Shopaholics can indulge in shopping in Paro craft market where you can get lanterns, handicrafts, handbags, wall decorations, clothes and what not. Buy some souvenirs from here for your loved ones.

    4. Adventure Activities

    Paro has numerous activities to offer to tourists like kayaking, rafting and mountain biking. Along with this, you can also opt for the Snowman Trek which is considered as one of the most challenging treks in the world.

    5. Attend Traditional Festival

    On your tour to Bhutan, attend the traditional festivals and learn about the rich culture and tradition of the country. The major festival of Bhutan is Tshechu, which is a religious festival and is celebrated in many parts of the country. During this festival, special events are held where masked dancers dance and singers perform while interacting with the crowd which has gathered to witness the performance. There are street plays also held depicting the victory of good over evil, the plays are full of drama and are enjoyed a lot by the local public.

    Apart from sightseeing and adventure activities, tourists can also indulge in the ritual of hot stone bath. When it comes to experience festivals while enjoying a Bhutan vacation package, holidaymakers delight in Tshechu - the most important religious festival of the country. Those visiting this calm country in late summer and autumn season can enjoy the splendor of this festival. Other festivals to be enjoyed include Black-necked Crane Festival, Bhutan Folk Festival, Chorten Kora Festival, Haa Summer Festival, Gomphu Kora Festival, and Ura Yakchoe.

    6. Food Tour

    Bhutan is home to many flavors and its cuisine is surely worth savoring. It is a place that will be cherished by many food lovers due to its culinary richness. Here, you can find both vegetarian and nonvegetarian options. The cuisine of Bhutan majorly involves seasonal vegetables, meat, and red rice. The fragments of this cuisine are influenced by Indian, Chinese, and Tibetian cuisine. Some of the dishes that one can relish in Bhutan are momos, Ema Datshi, Ara, Kewa Datshi, Zaow, Jasha Maroo, Phaksha Paa, momos, Sicaam Paa, Puta, Hoentay, Khatem, Yaksha Shakam, Suja, Khur-le, Jasha Tshoem, Red rice, etc. Heading on a food tour is one of the most recommended activities to partake in the leisure time of Bhutan packages from India.

    7. Whitewater Rafting

    Bhutan also offers you the thrills of whitewater rafting. Po Chhu River and Mo Chhu River are the sources of this adventure activity. Other places where one can go for river rafting in Bhutan are Paro (Paro Chhu river), Trongsa (Mangde Chhu), Thimphu (Kuri Chhu, Puna Tsang Chhu, Dangme Chhu, & Wang Chhu), etc. The best months to partake in whitewater rafting in Bhuta are October and November. It is a fun activity that will let you explore the many charms of Bhutan as you raft through the rivers. Make sure that you follow all the safety instructions and partake at it under the guidance of a professional guide. It is necessary that you carry life jackets and helmets.

    8. Bird Watching

    There are various sights in Bhutan where one can visit to go bird watching. Some of the most sought after sights include Wangdue Phodrang Valley, Black Mountains, Phuentsholing, Samdrup Jongkhar, and Bumthang Valley. These areas are home to many birds such as Ibisbill, Himalayan Monal, Blood Pheasant, Satyr Tragopan, Ward’s Trogon, Great Hornbill, Rufous-necked Hornbill, Long-billed, Woodsnipe, Imperial Heron, and White-bellied Heron. Moreover, some of the endangered species such as Chestnut-breasted Partridge, Black-necked Stork, Baer’s Pochard, Blyth’s Kingfisher, Dark-rumped Swift, Eurasian Curlew, etc., can also be spotted in these areas. It is recommended that you get equipped with bird watching gears such as binoculars, identification books, maps, and cameras. It is recommended that you keep your camera in a silent shooting mood.

    9. Wildlife Safari

    When it comes to exploring wildlife, Bhutan is blessed with great diversity. The country is home to several wildlife sanctuaries, national parks, and nature reserves which you can visit through Bhutan holiday packages. Through a wildlife safari, not only do you get to learn more about the flora and fauna of Bhutan but also get to view the picturesque landscapes. Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Jigme Dorji National Park, TrumshingLa National Park, Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary, Jomotsangkha Wildlife Sanctuary, Royal Manas National Park, Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary, Phrumsengla National Park, and Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary. If you are a nature lover then a wildlife safari is an activity that you should definitely indulge in.

    10. Monastery And Temple Tour

    Apart from the scenic beauty, Bhutan is also a deeply spiritual country. It is home to numerous temples and monasteries. Some of the most sought after temples and monasteries to visit in Bhutan are Kyichu Lhakhang, Gangteng Monastery, Jambay Lhakhang, Taktsang Temple, Jokhang Temple, Tango Monastery, Kurjey Lhakhang Monastery, Gangteng Monastery, Punakha Dzong, Chimi Lhakhang, Jangsta Dumtseg Lhakhang, Tengar Monastery, etc. Many of these places are situated in truly remarkable arenas that are surrounded by natural beauty. There are various festivals that take place at these temples and monasteries throughout the year. The time of festivity is the ideal time to visit these monasteries.

    5 Things To Do In Bhutan On This Tour

    There are several things to do in Bhutan and these are some of the most fun activities. You can engage in any one and have a full blast. So, what are they?

    1. Kayaking

    Bhutan gives you a chance to indulge in kayaking in its six rivers that provide an elegant experience for water sports enthusiasts. You can opt for what kind of water flow you are going for - anything from slow to violent.

    2. Haa Valley Hiking

    Haa Valley is a sweet sensation in Bhutan full of gorgeous landscapes and nestled between the hills. Taking a hike trip here is certainly refreshing and definitely memorable. You will come across many Buddhist temples, the Haa Chu riverbed and a plantation trail that is a part of the valley.

    3. Taste Bhutanese Cuisine

    It’s obvious but it's delicious. Varieties of non-veg food offered in small and cozy cafes, roadside eateries and some fine dining restaurants. There are also plenty of vegetarian options like Datshi which is made using cheese, chillies, vegetables, and pepper.

    4. Archery

    The Changlimithang Archery Ground is a great place to not just learn but enjoy the art of archery. Surely a rhythmic and vibrant experience for you. And since it is Bhutan’s national sport, the teachers are also very experienced.

    5. Wildlife Safari

    Perhaps another obvious yet lovely experience in Bhutan is the wildlife safari in the national parks and sanctuaries. The splendid place has one of the biggest biodiversities to witness in Asia. The thick forests give a chance to see an exotic combination of flora and fauna.

    Tour packages to this joyful country also help tourists enjoy the nightlife in Bhutan. A majority of nightclubs and bars that are dotted all over this small and happy country, allow visitors to enjoy their nightlife to the fullest. By choosing a suitable package, vacationers can indulge in fun-filled elements and soak in the true night-pulse of this country. They can dance the night away with their loved ones in some of the hip and happening nightclubs such as Vivacity, Mojo Park, Club Ace, and Space 34.

    Another major attraction for tourists is shopping in Bhutan. Although shopping options are not in plenty here, travelers can buy some unparalleled handicrafts and handwoven textiles. Other souvenirs of this secluded Himalayan country include the matchless Bhutanese postal stamps, high in demand all through the planet.

    Food in Bhutan bears the influence of Indian, Chinese, and Tibetan cuisine but also maintains its unique traditional character. Some of the authentic dishes to sample in Bhutan include Ema Datshi (chillies and cheese), Jasha Maroo or Maru (spicy chicken), Phaksha Paa (Pork with Red Chilies), and red rice. Tourists can also sip on the locally brewed ara or arag, a fermented drink made from rice, maize, millet, or wheat.

    Bhutan packages from Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Kerala, and Bangalore are easily available.

    There is no dearth of places to stay in Bhutan. So, families, friends, and honeymoon couples have options to choose from various hotels for a comfortable accommodation.

    Safety Measures for Bhutan Trip

    Bhutan might be a small nation in the Indian subcontinent yet it has quite important tourism value. Full of vast open lands, greenery, mountains and monasteries, Bhutan is a land of peace, tranquility and rejuvenation. The climate is fair throughout the year and the experiences of a general traveler are always positive. But with Coronavirus, tourism stopped rapidly in Bhutan. However, the country has managed to pick up pace and tourism is rising up. Certain precautions and safety measures must be kept in mind before planning a trip to Bhutan:

    • Carry all basic requirements that ensure a safer travel. This includes hand sanitizers, masks, disinfectant, etc.
    • Choose a reliable travel agent to book your trip
    • Check permits before visiting an attraction or destination
    • Also ensure that you have necessary medical certificate as required
    • Make sure to keep all your travel documents properly and it is also recommended that you keep an additional photocopy of all your documents.
    • While traveling internationally, always keep the phone number of the embassy of your country in that particular international destination.
    • Beware of petty crimes like pick-pocketing and snachting.
    • Don’t drink tap water in Bhutan, as it is not safe. Make sure to drink bottled water.
    • It is advised to all tourists by the Government of Bhutan to take necessary vaccinations such as tetanus, typhoid, and hepatitis before visiting the country.

    What to Carry on Trip to Bhutan

    • Pack light and as per the season. If traveling during winters make sure to carry woolens, in summers pack light and breathable fabric. During monsoon season carry an umbrella and a raincoat.
    • Carry a first aid box and all your necessary medicines.
    • If you are planning to go trekking in Bhutan, make sure to pack your trekking shoes along with a water bottles, torch, and some protein bars.
    • While trekking to higher altitude, many people get prone to altitude sickness and must carry proper medicines.
    • TravelTriangle provides diverse packages for Bhutan trip for families, groups of friends and honeymoon couples. You can enjoy a well-planned vacation which will definitely reduce your hassle and provide you a memorable trip.

    Pro Traveler’s Tips

    Bhutan tour plan takes you through some stunning and mystical places. Honeymoon couples, families, and groups of friends book packages to visit this peaceful country to enjoy a well-planned vacation. Most of these packages provide lucrative holidaying opportunities to tourists and offer something to rejoice in for every traveler. Those who want to enjoy various adventure activities in Bhutan can take up activities such as Zuri Dzong Trek, rafting, kayaking, rock climbing, cycling on countryside off-roads. So, for those who are looking for some adventure and thrills can easily book Bhutan travel packages.

    In addition to these sightseeing attractions, travelers who want to peep in the past and culture of this country can visit myriad Bhutan tourist attractions. Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Punakha Dzong, or Pungtang Dechen Phodrang (Palace of Great Happiness), Taktsang Monastery, Phobjikha and Gangtey Valley, and Punakha are some of the sightseeing attractions here.

    With the impact of North Indian Monsoon that makes the climate unpredictable and the huge differences in altitude prevailing throughout the country, the weather in Bhutan is exceptionally variable. As the winter season is quite chilly (from November to March) and summers are hot and humid; it’s advised to hop on an excursion here with our Bhutan tour packages from India during spring and autumn season when the climate is pleasant and the lands are dry- apt for a hassle-free tour around the country.

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